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Christianity In Australian Politics

Earlier this week, I had conversed with a close friend of mine, who was also a fellow Christian. We talked about life, faith – the usual deep conversations shared between Christians. 405 more words


Shell's Arctic drilling plan

Government begins process of reviewing Shell’s Arctic drilling plan; decision within 30 days.

The federal government began the review process Friday on Royal Dutch Shell’s plans to continue a drilling program it halted in 2012 in Arctic waters off Alaska’s northern shore. 686 more words


The Supreme Court and the Law


After the Supreme Court’s ruling on ObamaCare, it’s impossible to resist commenting on the role of the Court in American law.  599 more words

Civil Litigation

Rising Enthusiasm For Federalism?

Maybe. There’s at least rising enthusiasm for secession.

Our government was never meant to operate in the top-heavy manner in which it does today. A large part of the problems perceived by both sides of the aisle are precisely because of the absurd way we’ve twisted the system to try and get it to function as a top-down government. 35 more words


The Federal Government Has Left America Defenseless Against Ebola

Source: The Common Sense Show, by Dave Hodges

Emory Hospital in Atlanta to Receive Ebola Patient

Atlanta’s CBS46 News is reporting that “within days” an… 579 more words